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Missing Parts List While creating Prd. Order

Hi Friends,

My client is creating production Orders Manually thru CO01and While Creating & Saving The Production Order System Is Not Supporting In Giving Missing Parts list In spite Of Deficit of Un Restricted stock inStorage Location For BOM components used in that Order.

To my surprise when the defisit is for all the BOM components only one component is showing as missing part in missing parts list.

But While confirming the order The system is showing missing parts for all the components which are defisit for order confirmation.

I Tried To Get This From the Following Method

Checked For Define checking control In OPJK.

Selected plant, Order type & selected the business function 1 for create or 2 for release. And Maintained These Settings

a) Removed tick mark in No Availability check.

b) Type of component check Given as - ATP check.

c) Material release - 1. User decides on release if parts are missing.

d) PP Checking rule (Which Is same As with plant parameter OPPQ)

e) In Define scope of check (OPJJ) made a tick mark in check w/o RLT.

Then Assigned the availability checking group at Mrp View of Header material.

In spite Of All These Settings Still At The Time Of Order Release/Save A Warning Massage Or A Informative Massage Is Not Appearing

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hari

Former Member
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Hi,

As one material showing missing part other are showing available.

Please check RLT in Materail master MRP View of all material ?Also MIRO for same material?

Did you check the Transaction code OPJ2.

If the "No Stock" indicator is checked, a check is done during backflushing for the stock availability. Remove if it is there.

Please check reservation MB25 also?

Check the cheking group in material master MRP3 view for all material it should be same along with storage location?

Regards,

R.Brahmankar

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